A Biblical Approach to Chinese Traditions and Beliefs revisits the age-old dilemma many Chinese Christians face. Daniel Tong examines various cultural practices and beliefs, and provides guidelines so that Christians will be able to live their faith to the fullest while maintaining their heritage. Viable Christian alternatives to practices during major Chinese festivals, weddings, funerals and ancestral worship are offered.
Speaker Rev. Daniel Tong will be sharing with us on these 3 important topics :
Session One (Rules for Engagement)
Guidelines to help us assess for ourselves the various Chinese practises, with application toward two or three Chinese festivals.
Session Two (Ancestor Worship)
The basis and practise of the veneration of our dearly departed will be explored, with guidance for biblical response.
Session Three (Feng Shui)
The Chinese practise of geomancy will be examined to determine its roots and our Christian response to it’s practise.
Date : 4th November 2017 (Saturday)
Time : 9.00am – 4.30pm
Venue : CCM Building (26 Jalan Universiti. Petaling Jaya, Selangor)
Fee : RM10 (Including material and meals)
Speakers : Rev. Daniel Tong & Rev. Ng Moon Hing
Rev. Daniel Tong currently serves as Vicar of St Andrew’s Community Chapel, and Head of Pastoral Care Services at St Andrew’s Community Hospital. He has been researching and teaching about Chinese beliefs and practices for over 20 years.
He is also the author 5 books with the best-selling title A Biblical Approach to Chinese Traditions & Beliefs.
For registration and more information.
Please contact DMC Organising Committee : firstname.lastname@example.org
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